The impressive new Warwick Hall was the venue for a packed audience of young artists, families and friends on Saturday morning, celebrating the creative talents of pupils from 29 schools.

The Exhibition was officially opened by Gus Lock, the Headmaster of Warwick School. It was great to meet up with some of our pupils and Mr Neeson, who also came along to enjoy the vibrant atmosphere, which James Ramsey, Head of Art and Design summed up so well in the programme:

‘As the first exhibitors to show work here you are amongst a unique group of pioneers. You have cut ahead of our established GCSE and A Level students not to mention even older, more professional artists who will display their artwork in years to come. Be proud of this fact and keep going with your art for many years to come and perhaps, one day in the future, you will be invited to show your work again in such a space.’

Congratulations to the following children, whose work was exhibited:
Year 4: Zuhair, Haneen, Isaac, Imaan,  Ava, Ojal, Serena  and Rajan .
Year 1: Nandini and all the children in Transition C.